Drought-stricken Cotabato towns get FAO, NZ grant
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Farming and fishing families in Mindanao are no stranger to both natural and human-induced disasters. For over four decades now, their lives and livelihoods have been disrupted by recurrent displacement as a result of periodic armed clashes. In the past five years, strong typhoons and widespread drought have worsened their struggle.
Drought-stricken Cotabato towns get FAO, NZ grant. (2017, February 5). Philippine Star, p. B6.
Man-induced effects; Disasters; Fishers; Livelihoods; Fishing communities; Poverty alleviation; Fisheries; Training; Risk management; Planning; Agriculture; Food security; Economics; Data; Development projects; Governments; Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO); New Zealand Government; Mindanao Development Authority (MINDA); Department of Agriculture (DA); Bangsamoro Development Agency; Fernández, José Luis
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